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Global IoT platform provider 1NCE, a carrier from Germany offering cellular connectivity and software services in more than 100 countries worldwide, is bringing its cloud native IoT offering closer to its clients worldwide by utilizing AWS cloud infrastructure. 1NCE has created a one-of-a-kind software service on AWS that allows IoT developers to swiftly incorporate cellular IoT connection into their own solutions using plug-and-play capabilities.
1NCE is a global IoT powerhouse backed by Softbank and Deutsche Telekom, with direct access to its networks and roaming partners through 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, NB-IoT, and LTE-M in over 100 countries across the world.
“This intensified engagement with AWS also allows us to boost our network and IoT software portfolio at greatly improved conditions and with the appropriate know-how,” said Younes Allaki, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at 1NCE. “We can leverage synergies between the AWS cloud infrastructure and our IoT platform which helps us to develop our next Level IoT Software at low costs. This is a prerequisite to implement new features into our existing IoT Flat Rate offering, like protocol conversion, energy management and localization services.”
CES in Las Vegas
1NCE claims to be a true disruptor in the IoT market with its IoT Flat Rate offering. 1NCE is now utilizing AWS cloud infrastructure to deliver reliable IoT services by combining secured connection with smart software applications.
1NCE says it has a leading position in pricing and features because to its tight cooperation with Deutsche Telekom and AWS, with over 7,000 clients and 10 million managed connections to date. Clients may order up to 100 SIM cards for free with ‘1NCE For All’ on AWS Marketplace. 1NCE is showcasing its IoT services at this year’s CES in Las Vegas from January 5-7 at booth 10343.
1NCE was founded in 2017 in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom AG. Headquartered in Cologne, Germany, the IoT services company employs 150 people across Cologne, Hamburg, Amsterdam, London, Rome, Paris, Warsaw, Hong Kong, and Riga.